Doctors of the World

“Message for Life” Program

Doctors of the World - Greek Delegation was established in 1990 and offers medical and humanitarian aid to those in need, in Greece and around the world.
Recipient
Doctors of the World
https://mdmgreece.gr/
Grant title
“Message for Life” Program
Year
2013
Location of Grant
Throughout Greece
Program Area
Social Welfare
Other Grants to this recipient
2020
Medical and Psychological Support of Isolated and Vulnerable individuals 60+
2012
“Message for Life” Program

Throughout the years, Doctors of the World – Greek Delegation has organized missions of medical and humanitarian aid in more than 50 countries. In Greece, it offers an abundance of services and programs, including: a. “Open Polyclinics”: 4 Open Polyclinics provide primary medical health care and psychosocial support to people who lack access to the National Health Care, b. “Iris”: since 2006, this mobile Ophthalmological Unit visits geographically isolated areas for diagnostic and preventive ophthalmological checks and c. “Lito”: since 2003, this Pediatric – Dental Mobile Unit provides medical care to children who live in remote areas and have little access to health services.

“Message for Life” Program

 

The grant regards the continuation of the “Message for Life” program, a healthcare and food aid program for elderly individuals in need. Its implementation is based on four pillars:

1. Healthcare and medication: the provision of specialized healthcare and pharmaceutical treatment to elders, at the Open Polyclinics in Athens and in Perama.
2. Vaccinations: the provision of vaccines against the seasonal flu to 200 elders.
3. Home visits: the provision of healthcare services at home, for a minimum of 100 elders with mobility difficulties.
4. Food packages: the supply of food packages to a minimum of 100 elders each month.

Throughout the years, Doctors of the World – Greek Delegation has organized missions of medical and humanitarian aid in more than 50 countries. In Greece, it offers an abundance of services and programs, including: a. “Open Polyclinics”: 4 Open Polyclinics provide primary medical health care and psychosocial support to people who lack access to the National Health Care, b. “Iris”: since 2006, this mobile Ophthalmological Unit visits geographically isolated areas for diagnostic and preventive ophthalmological checks and c. “Lito”: since 2003, this Pediatric – Dental Mobile Unit provides medical care to children who live in remote areas and have little access to health services.

“Message for Life” Program

 

The grant regards the continuation of the “Message for Life” program, a healthcare and food aid program for elderly individuals in need. Its implementation is based on four pillars:

1. Healthcare and medication: the provision of specialized healthcare and pharmaceutical treatment to elders, at the Open Polyclinics in Athens and in Perama.
2. Vaccinations: the provision of vaccines against the seasonal flu to 200 elders.
3. Home visits: the provision of healthcare services at home, for a minimum of 100 elders with mobility difficulties.
4. Food packages: the supply of food packages to a minimum of 100 elders each month.

Recipient
Doctors of the World
https://mdmgreece.gr/
Grant title
“Message for Life” Program
Year
2013
Location of Grant
Throughout Greece
Program Area
Social Welfare
Other Grants to this recipient
2020
Medical and Psychological Support of Isolated and Vulnerable individuals 60+
2012
“Message for Life” Program

Throughout the years, Doctors of the World – Greek Delegation has organized missions of medical and humanitarian aid in more than 50 countries. In Greece, it offers an abundance of services and programs, including: a. “Open Polyclinics”: 4 Open Polyclinics provide primary medical health care and psychosocial support to people who lack access to the National Health Care, b. “Iris”: since 2006, this mobile Ophthalmological Unit visits geographically isolated areas for diagnostic and preventive ophthalmological checks and c. “Lito”: since 2003, this Pediatric – Dental Mobile Unit provides medical care to children who live in remote areas and have little access to health services.

“Message for Life” Program

 

The grant regards the continuation of the “Message for Life” program, a healthcare and food aid program for elderly individuals in need. Its implementation is based on four pillars:

1. Healthcare and medication: the provision of specialized healthcare and pharmaceutical treatment to elders, at the Open Polyclinics in Athens and in Perama.
2. Vaccinations: the provision of vaccines against the seasonal flu to 200 elders.
3. Home visits: the provision of healthcare services at home, for a minimum of 100 elders with mobility difficulties.
4. Food packages: the supply of food packages to a minimum of 100 elders each month.

Throughout the years, Doctors of the World – Greek Delegation has organized missions of medical and humanitarian aid in more than 50 countries. In Greece, it offers an abundance of services and programs, including: a. “Open Polyclinics”: 4 Open Polyclinics provide primary medical health care and psychosocial support to people who lack access to the National Health Care, b. “Iris”: since 2006, this mobile Ophthalmological Unit visits geographically isolated areas for diagnostic and preventive ophthalmological checks and c. “Lito”: since 2003, this Pediatric – Dental Mobile Unit provides medical care to children who live in remote areas and have little access to health services.

“Message for Life” Program

 

The grant regards the continuation of the “Message for Life” program, a healthcare and food aid program for elderly individuals in need. Its implementation is based on four pillars:

1. Healthcare and medication: the provision of specialized healthcare and pharmaceutical treatment to elders, at the Open Polyclinics in Athens and in Perama.
2. Vaccinations: the provision of vaccines against the seasonal flu to 200 elders.
3. Home visits: the provision of healthcare services at home, for a minimum of 100 elders with mobility difficulties.
4. Food packages: the supply of food packages to a minimum of 100 elders each month.

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